Denis Potschien

  • JavaScript-Turbo: Head.js Speeds Up Your Website

    Complex websites would not work well without JavaScript. Often there are several scripts residing in the head of your HTML document. The more you embed, the slower your website, potentially. Head.js is a JavaScript tool that calls itself the only script you need. We have put it to the test and found out that Head.js can really boost the performance on websites with several scripts. The more scripts you call in the head the higher the effect Head.js can provide.



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  • BookBlock And Windy: 2 jQuery-Plugins Provide Exceptional Content Navigation

    Chances are, you are not looking for sliders, you have to watch your steps to avoid not trampling on them. There are more sliders on this planet than content for them to take care of. As this is the case, why do we introduce two more variants to our readership? It’s simple. BookBlock and Windy, the new jquery-plugins by Codrops, are extraordinary, totally fresh and new in their approach. They offer a variety of exciting effects to have you present your content in ways not seen before. I am impressed.



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  • Tiny Circleslider: Who Said Sliders Are Boring?

    Image- or, more general, content sliders are as popular as can be. There are plenty of them on the market. Design and functionality resemble, the choice of a slider is more or less a matter of taste. Tiny Circleslider is different though. The tool lets you place content elements in a circle. This makes for a futuristic look and feel.



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  • SwipeView: Mobile Gallery with Touch Control on Smartphones and Tablets

    JavaScript and galleries, what do you associate? I associate the word plethora. Though it’s not easy for new projects to impress, SwipeView does. Because SwipeView supports touch control, it is ideal for usage on mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones. You navigate through the galleries with swipes. Non-mobile devices imitate the swipes with mouse actions. The project even features classical navigation concepts.



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  • Presentations With Reveal.js and HTML5: Better Than PowerPoint

    Presentations are PowerPoint, you say? Well, think again. Most people I know start yawning as soon as PowerPoint gets mentioned. You don’t want your clients to yawn. If you are into presenting using your Android or iPad, you’ll even need additional tools to get a PPT up and running. As we are web developers, why not use the fine JavaScript framework Reveal.js, that just caught my eye? Reveal.js lets you build your presentations as a website, so all you need to – well – present is a browser.



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  • ReView.js Changes Viewports In Responsive Designs With a Single Mouse Click

    Thanks to media queries, designing web layouts for different client resolutions has become easier. Not every visitor is satisfied with the situation though, as breakpoints and viewports set through media queries limit visitors to the target resolution of the device used. A new tool, written in JavaScript, gives visitors the opportunity to manually switch between the desktop and mobile view of the website at their own will. ReView.js is the new declaration of independence for web surfers.



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  • Metro UI CSS: You can have a tiled website too

    Microsoft’s new UI, once known by the name of Metro, has caused quite some buzz in the tech world. Meanwhile the name has been dropped, which again caused quite a buzz in the tech world. We don´t know why this was done nor do we know if the next Windows will be a market success. What we know is, that Metro as a design style has its fans. If you are one of them, we have great news for you. Thanks to Metro UI CSS you can give your very own website the same tiled look, the interface of the next generation Windows will have. Go ahead!



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